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A Movie That Makes You Think Movies make up a large part of every persons life They act out events people can only imagine but are afraid to do They also affect the lives of the people who see them One movie which dramatically affected my life was Grosse Pointe Blank This movie emphasizes the dramatic changes that can occur after High School While surrounded by the same people every day ones perspective of the world is altered to fit the reality of the situations that you encounter As you exit the surroundings that you have been in for the past few years your life perspective changes This movie emphasized those changes Throughout high school everything you do is looked upon through a microscope Every action you take affects the way your friends look at you The world that is high school is so small and confined that every action had a massive reaction which often could have life threatening consequences I say life threatening because any small Holmes 2 act good or bad is magnified to the highest power in the small world of high school As you start high school you tend to believe that this is how the rest of your life is going to be That is definitely not true In Grosse Pointe Blank Martin Blank is the main character who is returning to his ten-year high school reunion After high school he freaked out joined the Army and as loaned out to the CIA as a hired gun Now he is a professional killer in business for himself As coincidence would have it he received an assignment to kill a man in his hometown A few years earlier during a fiasco in the Persian Gulf Martin accidentally blew up a dog owned by a very powerful man This man has caught up with Martin and has sent another hired gun is out to
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